Adderall: A mental steroid?
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Adderall: A mental steroid?

We’ve all been warned about the harms of substance abuse, how the use and abuse of illegal drugs can negatively impact both our academic performance and overall health.…

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Reflecting on the middle
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Reflecting on the middle

I attended Wednesday’s Bernie Sanders’ rally today on campus and was pleasantly surprised to see that he opened up his speech with regard to the diminishing middle class.…

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The Editorial Board endorses Hillary Clinton for Democratic nomination
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The Editorial Board endorses Hillary Clinton for Democratic nomination

Clinton’s experience, pragmatism make her top candidate After a spectacular year of garnering support for his progressive agenda, Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) came to UC Davis Wednesday, June…

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Humor: Aggie Graduation (à la Californiacation)
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Humor: Aggie Graduation (à la Californiacation)

With June only one day away, commencement ceremonies are just around the corner. It’s an important time for those who are close to facing life after college. To…

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Humor: Sanders crowd so large, forces senator to make speech from water tower
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Humor: Sanders crowd so large, forces senator to make speech from water tower

An estimated 20,000 people showed up to UC Davis’s Hutchinson Field on Wednesday to show their support for Democratic outsider Bernie Sanders. An excited campus embraced the news…

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Hitting my head against the wall
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Hitting my head against the wall

What oranges and dead ends taught me about life I never imagined vigorously staring at a blank white wall — as well as contemplating life by strenuously observing…

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Humor: Former Chancellor Katehi set to speak at graduation
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Humor: Former Chancellor Katehi set to speak at graduation

After a nearly month-long silence following her placement on administrative leave, Chancellor Linda Katehi sent out a simple tweet Tuesday: I’m coming home. Katehi also followed the message…

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Superhero now: What is a superhero anyway?
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Superhero now: What is a superhero anyway?

I think if I had to summarize what a superhero is in one word, I would fail miserably. A superhero stands for too much that can be put…

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Goodbyeee
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Goodbyeee

Leaving The California Aggie after three years of comics and columns To the readers of The Aggie’s opinion page (all six of you), I am announcing that I…

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Humor: School admits to intentionally crashing SmartSite
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Humor: School admits to intentionally crashing SmartSite

The ongoing conflict between SmartSite and UC Davis boiled over Wednesday as a Twitter spat between the university and SmartSite’s parent company, Sakai, revealed that the university was…

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I’ve regretted several things in my life — but I’ve never regretted calling my mother
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I’ve regretted several things in my life — but I’ve never regretted calling my mother

I hated calling my parents when I was a first-year. I was so tired of the arguments, of explaining myself, of getting nagged. I hated visiting home, because…

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UC Davis leads in veteran student support
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UC Davis leads in veteran student support

Expansion of resources for veterans remains critical issue in UC system The California Employer Advisory Council (CEAC) honored UC Davis among the winners of the 2016 Veterans Employer…

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Humor: Quiet study area in Shields Library declared “best place to have an obnoxiously loud conversation”
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Humor: Quiet study area in Shields Library declared “best place to have an obnoxiously loud conversation”

How a brave group of students is changing how we use the library one loud conversation at a time. A local UC Davis fourth-year is inspiring students everywhere…

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Evan Lilley Cartoon: The Goddess of Self-Esteem
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From happy Instagrams to sad Facetimes: friendships in college
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From happy Instagrams to sad Facetimes: friendships in college

I’m graduating next year. I used to be terrified of the idea of leaving this amazing bubble of customizable schedules, biking to anything you want or need and…

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